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Unusual Rosette

Posted by jekeesl Central AR 7b (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 26, 13 at 14:44

This plant has a tightly packed rosette of basal leaves, about 10 inches across. The leaves are oddly bumpy, and glabrous on both sides.

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RE: Unusual Rosette

Erodium sp


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Doesn't seem to match.


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My guess would be something in the mustard family. Looks like it might not be long before it starts flowering. Should be easier to ID then.


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Yup. I always get excited and try to ID early, because I like to go back later if it's something good. But those early rascals can be difficult :). Thanks lycopus.


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The shape and texture are reminiscent to me of a Senecio jacobaea which has had a dose of weedkiller. Is this a ridiculous notion?

Bottom right are some dead flower heads which look like Asteraceae. Are they associated with this plant or the one next to it?


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